Google Allo Now Lets You Turn Selfies Into Personalised Stickers Using Machine Learning

Google Allo Now Lets You Turn Selfies Into Personalised Stickers Using Machine Learning

Since its launch, Google Allo has not been able to become a mainstream messaging app like its rivals WhatsApp, Messenger etc. There are a lot of basic features that are still being added in the app like the chat backup...
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US to Seek Social Media Details From Certain Visa Applicants

US to Seek Social Media Details From Certain Visa Applicants

The State Department wants to review social media, email addresses and phone numbers from some foreigners seeking US visas, as part of the Trump administration’s enhanced screening of potential immigrants and visitors. The department, in a notice publis...
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Alexa, Where Is Amazon Opening a New R&D Centre? Cambridge, England

Alexa, Where Is Amazon Opening a New R&D Centre? Cambridge, England

Amazon plans to open a new centre in the university city of Cambridge for scientists developing technologies including the Alexa digital assistant used in its Echo speakers. Able to house more than 400 scientists and engineers when it opens in...
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This new material could be the key to our storage woes

This new material could be the key to our storage woes

Ever since the dawn of the internet, data storage has become a finite resource. While earlier desktops could make do with as less as a 40GB hard drive, nowadays even 10TB drives are not enough, thanks to the barrage of...
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Google Plans to Reduce Trust in Symantec’s TLS Certificates Due to ‘Continual Misissuance’

Google Plans to Reduce Trust in Symantec’s TLS Certificates Due to ‘Continual Misissuance’

Google’s Chrome team is unhappy with the loose way in which Symantec issues transport layer security (TLS) certificates, and is considering incremental distrust Symantec TLS certificates moving forward. This planned step was announced by Google due to &#...
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Facebook Testing the Ability to Add GIFs to Comments

Facebook Testing the Ability to Add GIFs to Comments

Social media giant Facebook will begin testing a GIF button that will allow users post GIFs from services like Giphy and Tenor as comments. “Everyone loves a good GIF and we know that people want to be able to use...
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Google Unveils Guetzli, Open Source JPEG Encoder, to Speed Browsing

Google Unveils Guetzli, Open Source JPEG Encoder, to Speed Browsing

Google on Thursday announced Guetzli, a new contribution to its evolving set of tools for the open source community. Guetzli is an encoder that allows JPEG files to be compressed as much as 35 percent, resulting in much faster Web...
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Planning to Start an E-commerce Store in 2017? These Tips Will Help You Get Started

Planning to Start an E-commerce Store in 2017? These Tips Will Help You Get Started

If you want to hit the ground running with a successful e-commerce store in 2017, now is absolutely the best time to get started. You’ll have enough time to take careful note of your competitors, have the ability to try...
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Visa CEO Charles Scharf to Resign, Former American Express President Alfred Kelly to Take Over

Visa CEO Charles Scharf to Resign, Former American Express President Alfred Kelly to Take Over

Visa Inc said Chief Executive Charles Scharf, who orchestrated the company’s reunion with its European affiliate, is stepping down and will be succeeded by former American Express Co President Alfred Kelly. Kelly, who already sits on Visa’s board...
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Xiaomi, Amazon, Flipkart Sales; Moto Z, Moto Z Play Launch

Xiaomi, Amazon, Flipkart Sales; Moto Z, Moto Z Play Launch

Time for your daily dose of the biggest technology news of the day, and today we have Flipkart, Amazon, and Xiaomi’s online festive sales as well as Samsung Galaxy Note 7 getting banned by more airlines. Also, Facebook Messenger’s new...
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